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Just use the plain /users/{ids} route. (For network-wide score, see the bottom section, below.) if you run it on your userid, it currently returns: { "items": [ { ... "reputation": 354, ... Which is what you expected. The route you used, /users/{ids}/reputation, has a different purpose. Refer to its doc page: Gets a subset of the ...


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There doesn't seem to be a place that describes the policy. That API-object, documentation page would be perfect for it. However, a lead Stack Exchange developer has stated that anything that reveals voting patterns will be hidden or private. Another Stack Exchange employee explains how user deletions and post deletions are kept private-ish, but ...


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Yes, you can find out if the user has received the association bonus using the API. It's a bit clunky though. However, as we discovered, "association bonus rights" are rather meaningless at the moment. Otherwise, you'd be able to edit wikis, upvote, comment, and flag on Information Security Stack Exchange right now, despite currently only having 1 rep ...


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The question is not clear. If you just want a user's reputation merely do a GET of the API /users/{ids} route. Like so:   api.stackexchange.com/2.2/users/3528590?site=stackoverflow&filter=!qGQfndHk_gIjJ(.lwtNt (The custom filter is just to remove all the other stuff we don't care about.) OAuth is not needed, and even a key is optional. (It just ...


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It's a bit confusing but that is not a bug. Think of it as, "Reputation change from when to when?" Since you specified neither a fromdate, nor a todate, you are effectively asking for the changes for all time. If you run the query for Nov 1, 2015 to Nov 9, 2015:           /2.2/users/21539/reputation?fromdate=1446336000&todate=...


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Great design and great idea. I don't know whether many people still look at this, but I discovered it today and if it was advertized and used more. Some suggestions for Stackathlons: Quantitive Finance and Economics. This one has suprisingly few, while the disciplines are quite closely related. I tried to add another one, but then it gives probably zero ...


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From the docs for /users/{ids}/reputation (emphasis mine): Gets a subset of the reputation changes for users in {ids}. I think you'll find that the API method you're using is working exactly as designed - it's just not designed to do what you were expecting. Fortunately, /users/{ids}/reputation-history will yield precisely what you're after. Returns ...


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This would be a two-step process if the /posts/{ids} path returned title, but it doesn't. Since the /answers/{ids} path, does return title (with an optional filter setting), then it should be easy-ish for /posts/{ids} to do so as well. Perhaps this would be a good feature request? Anyway, as it stands now, you must do this in pages and in 3 steps per page....


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This is just the reputation that the user has earned for the given period (day/week/month/quarter/year). For example, for you, for Stack Overflow, the API currently returns: "reputation_change_day": 0, "reputation_change_week": 0, "reputation_change_month": 32, "reputation_change_quarter": 63, "reputation_change_year": 111, This should jibe with what you ...


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No, there's no API route that gives you a user's tag specific reputation information. The /users/{ids}/tags route only returns the combined count of questions and answers that a user has posted in a tag, but not the reputation information that you can get on the user profile tags tab. (Note: There's an app at Badge Status for a particular Tag in ...


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Badges and new privileges are part of the /notifications method, which is a single call for all accounts across the network. The results show whether the notification is unread or not. There's also a separate method just for unread notifications: /notifications/unread. For reputation changes, all I know are some site-specific methods (/me/reputation, /me/...


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I think you may be interested in these 2 methods: Authentication: https://api.stackexchange.com/docs/authentication /me (user): https://api.stackexchange.com/docs/me#order=desc&sort=reputation&filter=default&site=stackoverflow&run=true You can access the user's reputation quite easily from there.


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This evening, after being inspired by How to get (unread) achievements?, I did some analysis with mitmproxy. It turns out that the Stack Exchange mobile apps use an undocumented API v2.3 method for this: /me/achievements. A GET call to https://api.stackexchange.com/2.3/me/achievements?pageSize=100&filter=*-t3H1VAnvpZbcZ&access_token=[ACCESS_TOKEN]&...


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I ended up working around this by using the question_count and accept_rate fields from the /users/{ids} API route, then just calculating the reputation for accepting answers. Note that question_count is not included in the default filter, so you have to add it in. Note: This isn't exact because of self-accepted answers, but it should be close for most users....


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HTTPS support, changes your own rep in the top bar as well. Great script btw :D // ==UserScript== // @name hex stack overflow rep // @namespace stackoverflow // @description Displays user's rep in hexadecimal on stack overflow // @include http*://*stackoverflow.com/* // @include http*://*superuser.com/* // @include http*:...


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I'd like to have decimal number next to it, or in a tooltip. Is this possible?


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